The US trippy-rock duo The Soft Underground release the LP Morning World on the 27th of July.
The Soft Underground
A follow-up to the 2015 album Lost In Translation (available on bandcamp) Morning World, on the basis of the first of the eleven tracks on the album – Rachel – is set to be an equally Psilocybin moment in time and probably best heard with a pot of tea to hand whilst gazing at the purple dragons floating on the ceiling.
That rumble on hitting play – for those of become of more nervous disposition whilst staring glassy eyed – isn’t as I thought moles digging up the foundations and felt the need to investigate rather the delightful demeanour of Rachel bubbling out of the speakers.
Their latest track, which surfaced within the past twenty hours – Florida – finds the trio in an ambient chillwave of downtemp electronica that eases its way in to the room, barely stirring the pressure bars, yet fixating the listener in a state of hypnosis, whilst simultaneously eloquently powerful in its messaging.
Often reviews take far longer than they should and Kambree are case in point – they are able to deliver music that finds the listener dancing the night away while eagerly seeking out their back catalogue. limited though it is to an eponymous four track EP.
The latest song to be released, which came out on the 16th and is available on bandcamp, Check In has an unfettered joie de vivre that minds of a puppy bouncing around in the garden and the audience is impulsively drawn to join in with the pulsing rhythms.
I merely countenance – be prepared to have a sweaty brow after the irrepressible dance inducement of Check In.